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NEW MEXICO V. COLORADO, 268 U. S. 108 (1925)

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New Mexico v. Colorado, 268 U.S. 108 (1925)

New Mexico v. Colorado

No. 12, Original

Decree Entered April 13, 1925.

268 U.S. 108


Decree adjudging that the bill of New Mexico be dismissed and the cross-bill of Colorado be sustained, declaring the true boundary between the two states, appointing and instructing a commissioner to run, locate, and mark the same, subject to approval of the Court, with provisions for transmitting copies of the commissioner's report and map, when filed, to the governors of the two states, defining the time for objections and exceptions, providing for possible vacancy in the commissionership, and equally dividing the costs of suit.

Announced by Mr. JUSTICE SANFORD.

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